It was an interesting conundrum: classic, stately New England brick home; homeowners with contemporary tastes; and a blank canvas of a yard to marry the two styles seamlessly. The owners, who are originally from Brazil, had a robust and exacting outdoor vision to reimagine the standard developer’s
Sometimes, a building has a way of returning to its natural center. Carriage houses, for example, have always been versatile structures, often serving the dual purpose of storing horse-drawn carriages and housing the staff needed to care for both
The Amos Otis House, a center-chimney cape, has stood alongside Route 6A—Cape Cod’s Old King’s Highway—in Barnstable since 1745. By the time Robert Bagshaw and David Lancaster discovered it for sale,
Weston, Massachusetts, has more than its share of tony homes. This one, however, a cream-colored, stick-and-shingle abode on a tree-rimmed corner lot, attracts an extra measure of admiration.